If you have a warm, friendly personality and you love helping others, you may be well suited to work as a salesclerk in South Korea. You can work as a foreign salesclerk or as a salesclerk within Duty Free Shops or Jeju Special Self-governing Province. Job Responsibilities As a foreign salesclerk you engage in sales
Shopping from the comfort of your own home is not a 21st century thing for Koreans. Back in the 1990’s, when satellite TV spread all over the country, home shopping became popular. That, along with excellent service from KoreaPost makes South Korea a heaven for lazy shoppers. Online shopping, though, makes everything better!You can buy
South Korea is unarguably one of THE best places to teach English. Along with a good salary, Korea also offers some awesome benefits. For example: free housing, contract completion bonus, healthcare, pension benefits and airfare reimbursement. A lot of recent college graduates are also attracted to Korea because unlike other countries Korea takes first-time teachers.
Have you ever wondered ‘which area of Seoul should I go to for’…anything? We have the answers! Here is a short guide to Seoul’s main districts – profession and hobby-based. The Art Insadong and Sam-cheondong are the go to districts if you would rather drink tea and go to exhibitions. From traditional Korean art to contemporary art
Do you love organizing events and meetings? Do you enjoy throwing parties? If your answer is ‘Yes’ then how about working as an Event planner or Event coordinator. Foreigners can work as Event planner in South Korea. Job Responsibilities Event coordinators plan everything from exhibition, weddings to large expos and trade shows. You are responsible
Everyday you hear people say things like: ‘I got a great job offer and I’m considering moving to Korea for a year’,’Im fresh out of college and looking to travel and broaden my horizons, ‘I want to seek adventure in a new world’ and so on. Every year thousands of foreigners arrive in Korea. Many
If you’re looking into coming to Korea as an English teacher, you are faced with two options: living in or outside of Seoul. While the reasons to choose living in the capital are too many to count, here are five to live in the Korean countryside. Less Pollution Imagine waking up in the morning and not having
Ever gotten lost on the Korean subway? The panic and dread you feel once you’ve transferred and took the train in the wrong direction is a feeling every foreigner is familiar with. Follow the advice below and master the Korean subway system in minutes! Apps There are a number of apps to guide you through